It may be a wagon, but it’s also a proper sports car. The Mercedes-AMG E63 S 4Matic+ lapped the Nürbugring Nordschleife in 7:45.19 minutes, setting a new record for a wagon.

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After months of average, uninteresting commuting, the Bolt EV has seen a flurry of activity since our last update.

Since our last update, the Bolt has done another road trip to visit family, participated in an upcoming comparison test, been the subject of a tire test (stay tuned), and made a trip to the dealer.

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This week, we learned that Mitsubishi will soon launch the new Eclipse Cross compact crossover in the U.S. With the car’s new turbocharged engine, coupe-like profile, and small footprint, Mitsubishi hopes the Eclipse Cross will quickly become the brand’s top seller.

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Infiniti debuted a minor refresh for the full-size QX80 SUV at the Dubai auto show today. The automaker released few details about the revised model, but based on the pictures the updates are pretty subtle.

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AM General is suing Activision Blizzard for prominently displaying the Humvee in its “Call of Duty” video game series without permission, reports Reuters. The Indiana-based manufacturer says Activision earned billions of dollars by featuring the Humvee in its games and licensing related content for use in other products such as toys and books.

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The hype surrounding the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon has settled down over the past few months, but it’s about to pick right back up again as the first Demons are shipping out to dealers today.

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Rumors have us worried that Volkswagen will discontinue the Beetle, but a new report gives us at least some hope for the future of the iconic model.

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If you need a Mercedes S-Class but lust for a sports car, the 2017 Panamera is the Porsche for you.

Hunkered low like a 911—even the revised tail end styling lays claim to the 911’s iconic buttocks—the Panamera is a true four-door sports car.

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The curtain has been pulled back on the new 2018 Jeep Wrangler, but we still haven’t gotten a good look at the upcoming pickup truck version.

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To stay competitive in the next few years, automakers need to invest heavily in electric and autonomous technology. But considering how expensive those technologies are, bringing them to the market has the potential to significantly cut into profits.

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